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dakor

Dixon Lake

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We are staying at Dixon lake next weekend and I was wondering if this lake is decent for fishing? I have never fished it before and it looks like it is connected to winnie by a small river so I was wondering if anyone has had any luck with Musky's on this lake? We mostly fish for Muskie, Bass, Walleye, and Crappie.

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used to be a good walleye and crappie lake, no muskie that i ever heard, beaver dams stopped the fish from getting into dixon from winnie.

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Thank you. Looks like I will be hauling the boat to another lake.

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Don't be so fast to leave Dixon. Great walleyes in the 8'- 14' range - jig/leech, rigging with leech ok as well. Very good crappie lake as well - keep an eye out along the deep weed edges - you can see them on your graph if you look while covering water. Leeches better than nightcrawlers due to perch/sunfish, but the worms on rigs can be good as well. Early/late bite on most days...

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I was made aware of a new policy @ Dixon Lake Resort. IF you are not a REGISTERED guest, you are not allowed access to ANY of their services including the boat ramp. The public ramp is less than great.

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Thank you for the info I will give the lake a try.

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